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Significant changes must be made to ensure the safety and well-being of all current and future students.Our community needs an advocate for survivors in the administration.Many students feel that the current Title IX coordinator does not have the necessary skills to assist survivors, and that she has engaged in victim blaming and other demeaning behavior.-Restructure the mandated rape prevention and student life seminars to focus on bystander intervention.If you have questions about housing or roommates, please contact the Office of Residential Education at resed@or (315) 781-3880 or visit their office at 101 St. You will receive minimal information in the mail; instead, we'll be using this Web site as our primary means of communication.We encourage you to bookmark these pages and refer to them throughout the spring and summer. In the coming weeks, you'll receive a username and password that will allow you to log in to the Orientation Web site at right and complete several important tasks.These resources must include, but are not limited to, the content of trainings for those involved in the reporting process.While we appreciate President Gearan's swift response to the situation, his justification for the current policy is simply unacceptable.Despite the administration's insistence on its efficacy, the current seminar model is not taken seriously; we need a structure that legitimately helps to actualize change in student behavior.If you have questions regarding your courses or personal information, please contact the Office of the Registrar at (315) 781-3651 or visit their office on the first floor of Gulick Hall.In addition to this Web site, we've also set up a special Facebook group so that you can get to know your fellow classmates.Please sign this petition by alums and current students calling on the administration to make transparent policy changes immediately!